Michael Nicholson, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Lord Prior, Rabbi Lionel Blue, Pauline Oliveros
Julian Worricker on:
The journalist and TV correspondent, Michael Nicholson, who covered numerous conflicts for ITN
The actress and socialite Zsa Zsa Gabor, famous for her one-liners and nine husbands
James Prior, who served in government under Margaret Thatcher despite her regarding him as a 'wet'
Rabbi Lionel Blue, a regular presenter on Thought for the Day on Radio 4
and the composer Pauline Oliveros. an electronic music pioneer best known for her philosophy of 'deep listening'.
Producer: Neil George.
Julian spoke to newsreader Alastair Stewart and to the journalist, Max Hastings.
Born 9 January 1937; died 11 December 2016 aged 79.
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Julian spoke to film critic Angie Errigo.
Born 6 February 1917; died 18 December 2016 aged 99.
Julian spoke to his son, The Lord Prior of Brampton and to documentary maker, Michael Cockerell.
Born 11 October 1927; died 12 December 2016 aged 89.
Rabbi Lionel Blue
Julian spoke to his friend, the Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger.
Born 6 February 1930; died 19 December 2016 aged 86.
Last Word spoke to Louise Gray, writer for the music publication ‘Wire’.
Born 30 May 1932; died 24 November 2016 aged 84.
|Interviewed Guest||Alastair Stewart|
|Interviewed Guest||Max Hastings|
|Interviewed Guest||Angie Errigo|
|Interviewed Guest||David Prior|
|Interviewed Guest||Michael Cockerell|
|Interviewed Guest||Julia Neuberger|
|Interviewed Guest||Louise Gray|